You’re NOT a Court Jester

As someone who carves out time early each morning to scour my RSS feed reader, I’m always aware of what I’m not accomplishing by investing the time necessary to consume input from my trusted sources.

It’s one reason why each April Fool’s day I cringe on the truly lame attempts by geeks to be funny and how 90% of these attempts are not worth the time to view or read.

That said, there are truly some good ones this year that even I — someone who appreciates people and humor attempts that are well done vs. those from people who should no better than to act the fool — are finding to be worth checking out:

Even with a few funny ones, remember geeks: if the court jester displeased the King, he was beheaded.

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  1. Ken Kennedy on April 1, 2009 at 10:05 am

    Thank goodness I’m not the only one that thinks this…*grin*. Well explained, Steve.



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